The Feeline Good Cat Cafe in downtown Gainesville reached its 200th adoption Jan. 23, seven months after its grand opening.
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Growing up, Devin Norko assumed they were just accident prone when they twisted the same ankle more than 200 times in the span of five years.
A brown and gray, tiger-striped tabby cat hid in a cat tower by the window of the Feeline Good Cat Cafe. After 20 minutes of head patting and coaxing from her future owner, she emerged from her hiding place.
Dresses, shoes, accessories and clutches overflowed the Pride Community Center of North Central Florida from Friday to Sunday, and every single person who walked into the pop-up prom shop left with something new.
LGBTQ pride flags decorated the pavilion at Westside Park as the sun beat down on bagels, donuts, fruit and coffee arranged on a long table. More than 50 people gathered to discuss the future of the Pride Community Center of North Central Florida.
Alachua County Public Schools had 72 students and faculty members in quarantine as of Tuesday evening — an increase of about 20 cases since May 25, according to the school district’s COVID-19 dashboard.
Grace Pharmacy is still offering free insulin to community members in need. The 6,000 remaining vials are due to expire this year.
Known as the “veggie girl,” Tuesday Gilliam harvests vegetables at local farms each week to distribute excess food to East Gainesville residents.
Gov. DeSantis signed an executive order invalidating local emergency COVID-19 orders requiring masks and social distancing around the state, but Alachua County will not be affected by the change.